IN­DOOR PRE­MIER NET­BALL INTERCLUB Nail-biter in fi­nal min­utes

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quar­ter to win the game 54-53. For Rangers changes made a half­time with Chanay Peri at wing at­tack and Kee­ley Port­e­gys on at goal at­tack saw them dom­i­nate on at­tack in­clud­ing some ex­cel­lent feeds into Tayla Craw­ford at goal shoot.

The team built on this in a com­pre­hen­sive fourth quar­ter where they con­verted a lot of turnover ball.

For Dioce­san Open A, Macken­zie Fos­ter at goal keep was out­stand­ing and she hunted a lot of ball and the shoot­ers put this to good use shoot­ing with con­sis­tent ac­cu­racy.

St Peter’s Cam­bridge Open A also had an out­stand­ing per­for­mance up against the top ranked and un­beaten Uni Pre­mier side.

St Peter’s started well to only be be­hind by three goals at the end of the first quar­ter, and eight goals at half­time with the score 32 goals to 24. Uni made some changes and dom­i­nated the sec­ond half to take the win 67 goals to 40.

This has to be the best per­for­mance by a team against the Uni so the St Peter’s play­ers can be very proud of their com­pet­i­tive­ness against such an ex­pe­ri­enced team.

For Uni Pre­mier Rachel Fabling mov­ing from goal de­fence to goal keep and Han­nah Munn mov­ing to goal de­fence in the sec­ond half proved ef­fec­tive with both get­ting a lot of turnover ball. For St Peter’s the de­fen­sive unit of Ge­orgie Edge­combe at goal keep and Wa­iata Jen­nings at goal de­fence were out­stand­ing and picked up a lot of ball. Kaycee Smith at wing at­tack gave it her all.

Photo / Judy Macdon­ald

Ngawai Eyles at WA for Uni with Kaycee Smith at WA for St Peter’s in back­ground.

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